Alec Baldwin shared a post on social media from a Rust crew member criticizing her coworkers for creating a false picture of the set as chaotic and unsafe. 

Baldwin posted Tuesday’s screenshot of a post by Terese M. Davis to his Instagram account with the caption, ‘Read this. 

Davis wrote in her post, “I am so sick and tired of this narrative.” I worked on this movie. The story being spun of us being overworked and surrounded by unsafe, chaotic conditions is bull***t.’

Crew members started to speak out about the alleged conditions at set after Baldwin accidentally killed Halyna Houtchins, a cinematographer, during filming.

Davis’ post refuted many of crew members’ complaints, including that they often worked longer than 12-hour days.

Alec Baldwin shared a social media post from a fellow Rust crew member alleging that the picture being painted by fellow crew of life on the set was inaccurate

Alec Baldwin shared a post on social media from a Rust crew member claiming that the picture of life on set was being painted by fellow crew members was incorrect

Baldwin shared a screengrab of a post written by costume designer Terese Magpale Davis (pictured) to his Instagram account Tuesday with the caption: 'Read this'

Baldwin shared a screengrab (pictured) of a post by Terese M. Davis (costume designer) to his Instagram account Tuesday. The caption was: ‘Read this’

‘We never worked more than a 12.5 hour shoot day. Davis wrote, “That was once.”

‘Most days were under 12. After an 11 hour shoot day, we had completed a 12 hour turnaround on the day Halyna died. We had (including camera) gotten off by 6:30pm.’

She continued: ‘We had just had a 56 hour weekend right before that. Everyone was able to do their jobs.

‘This is all provable by daily time sheets.’

Rust crew members also claimed that the production had promised them hotel rooms in Santa Fe New Mexico, but they were later told to drive 50 miles each day from Albuquerque instead. 

Davis says that these claims are false.  

‘The camera crew HAD hotels. They just didn’t feel they were fancy enough. They were just not safe. You can’t tell me that 6 big men felt so unsafe in their hotel but were fine sleeping in their cars in parking lots (which never happened) like they also claimed.’ 

Davis' post, which was several paragraphs long, provided alleged evidence against claims being made by crew members

Davis’ post, which was many paragraphs long, provided evidence against crew members making claims.

Unionized crew members claimed that their jobs were being replaced by local workers. 

“In New Mexico, they have an Overflow List they join when they are not needed. [workers]Apply to the union. Davis stated that they must work for a certain number of days on a union show before being eligible to join.

“Every non-union person hired on this show was from this list. We had union approval to hire them.

Davis also addressed the allegations that armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, 24, was inexperienced.

The costumer stated that even though the 24-year old was not the most skilled armorer in the field, she had the right qualifications to work with the set.

“The armorer had been an apprentice to a well-known armorer and had worked in the same place on the same type movie a few months prior. Did she have the most experience? No. Are her qualifications typical of Tier One? Yes, she wrote.

“You can talk about the lower tiers of needing qualified workers and I will listen. But how is it possible that anyone can get that experience? All of us had at least one first and second job. 

How do producers and UPMa choose the right people to give a shot to? Because Hannah had both.’  

Davis continued by stating that the shooting that took place on set will haunt them for a long while. She says she is angry at Dave Hall for handing Baldwin the gun but doesn’t accuse him of not caring about safety.

She wrote, “I am heartbroken. I am furious.” “I will never get the sound that was fired or the screams of my director out of my head.” 

“My friend is dead. Am I angry at him? Yes. Yes. However, I won’t get on the bandwagon to pretend that he didn’t care about our safety throughout the entire process. 

Davis stated that she had asked the producers why they haven’t ‘defended themselves more strongly against the blatantly false allegations’ being made by former crew members.

According to reports, producers told her that they wanted to keep Hutchins in the spotlight.

They want us to be able to grieve and heal. They promised that they would have time to defend their reputations in the future. It’s not necessary to do this right now, but it is important to ensure that the crew is safe.  

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (pictured) died on October 21 after Baldwin pointed and fired a Colt pistol at her during a scene

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins (pictured) died on October 21 after Baldwin pointed and fired a Colt pistol at her during a scene

Hutchins was killed on October 21 when Baldwin pointed and fired a Colt pistol towards her during a scene.

Baldwin was handling the vintage gun on the set of Rust in Santa Fe, New Mexico, when it accidentally discharged – killing the mom-of-one and wounding director Joel Souza.

Overall, he has remained silent about this situation.

Baldwin released a public statement one day after Hutchins’s passing. In it, he stated that he was working with authorities and offered his condolences. On Saturday, Baldwin also held an impromptu conference with his wife.

His silence was also evident in his social media accounts until Saturday, when he seemed to return to his usual online behavior. 

His sharing of Davis’ post is his first public indication that Davis doesn’t agree to the narrative crew’s creations.